Fascism And Its Influence In The Early 20th-Century Europe

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In 1919, Benito Mussolini described fascism as “A movement that would strike against the backwardness of the right and the destructiveness of the left.” That “Fascism sitting on the right, could also have sat on the mountain of the center… These words in any case do not have a fixed and unchanged: they do have a variable subject to location, time and spirit. We don’t give a damn about these empty terminologies and we despise those who are terrorized by these words.” Fascism came into prominence in the early 20th-century Europe. It originated in Italy during World War I. It was seen as a revolutionary political philosophy that promoted social conservatism, fiscal prosperity, and ultra-nationalism. In the early 1910s Bolsheviki Communism was

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